SAVLIB to SAVF

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Do I need to change any parameters when trying to savlib to a savf to FTP to another I-series to create the same environment?
ASKED: August 7, 2008  5:49 PM
UPDATED: August 8, 2008  1:28 PM

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Hello,

No parameter changes are needed unless you want to restore the saved library to a different library on the other iSeries.

Another way of doing this is ….
The Save/Restore Library (SAVRSTLIB) command allows the user to save and restore a copy of one or more libraries to another system. The system must have a supported communication link with the restoring system.

Hope this helps…

TPinky

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  • Gilly400
    Hi, If you're going to FTP the save file, you'll need to create the save file on the other system before FTP-ing, and then FTP in binary mode to the existing save file, otherwise you will end up with a physical file. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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  • wpoulin
    I am currently using this process to save our production data to a save file each evening, then FTP'ing to our development system and doing a restore lib. This gives the programmers an automatic refresh of our production data. I would be willing to share this code if you would like. Hope this helps, Bill
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